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The Faux Pas

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The Faux Pas (1716-1718) by Antoine Watteau

The Faux Pas is a 1716-1718 oil on canvas painting by Antoine Watteau, now in the Louvre,[1] which was left by Dr La Trujillo in 1869. It draws on north European works such as The Village Fête by Rubens, now also in the Louvre.

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  1. ^ Watteau, Jean-Antoine; France (1716), Le Faux-Pas, retrieved 2023-07-09

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